Edward Speed

Photographer - Project Coordinator

San Antonio, Texas

Ed's roots are pure Texan, born in San Antonio; raised in Corpus Christi.  His first jobs were sacking grocieries at HEB and then moving "up" to working in the HEB Corpus Christi warehouse on Old Highway 44.

His family had a "gentleman ranch" in Live Oak County, located 7 miles north of Hwy 281 on FM 624 in Live Oak County.  (Anyone know where Anna Rose once existed?) It was there in the 1950s where he learned to ride at age 6, work cattle at 10, dug post holes by hand in caliche, strung barbed wire and built pens made of railroad ties and 2x8's.

Now that he is retired from his 35 year business career, Ed volunteers his time and talent as an accomplished photographer to supporting family-owned farm and ranch operations.

 

Edward Speed

Photographer - Project Coordinator

San Antonio, Texas

Ed's roots are pure Texan, born in San Antonio; raised in Corpus Christi.  His first jobs were sacking grocieries at HEB and then moving "up" to working in the HEB Corpus Christi warehouse on Old Highway 44 until he went off to St. Mary's University in San Antonio in 1966.

His family had a "gentleman ranch" in Live Oak County, located 7 miles north of Hwy 281 on FM 624 in Live Oak County.  (Anyone know where Anna Rose once existed?) It was there in the 1950s where he learned to ride at age 6, work cattle at 10, dug post holes by hand in caliche, strung barbed wire and built pens made of railroad ties and 2x8's.

Ed volunteers his time and talent as an professional photographer to capture the images of family-owned farm and ranch operations.

He serves on the Junior Ag  Mechanics Committee of the San Antonio Livestock Exposition & Rodeo.